The MARC Online

The MARC Online

The Museum and Archives of Rockingham County

Time Travelers Free with MARC Membership!

Your membership at the MARC now includes Time Travelers membership at no extra charge. What is Time Travelers?
Time Travelers is a reciprocal membership network for historical sites and museums throughout the United States. The Missouri History Museum created the program in 1998 so that members of historical institutions could receive exclusive benefits and privileges at museums and historical sites nationwide. These benefits may include free or reduced admission, gift shop discounts, free parking, and much more. The Missouri History Museum will release quarterly lists for museums and their members to help them take advantage of these special offers! Over 250 Museums participate in this program.

Click here for a list of participating Museums.

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Become a Member

Membership

Collecting, preserving and sharing the rich and diverse history of Rockingham County, North Carolina We have volunteer opportunities in Preservation, Marketing, Presentation, Archives, Retail and many others areas of interest! Memberships include both Corporate and Private plans. We also offer “Time Travelers” benefits. Time Travelers is a reciprocal membership network for historical sites and museums throughout… (read more)

Our Director

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Ms. Jordan Rossi is a 2015 graduate of the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, having earned her Master of Arts in History with an emphasis in Museum Studies. She earned her undergraduate degree in History and French from California State University in Fresno, CA. She said she chose to come to UNCG, “because of… (read more)

Exhibit Celebrates Artistry

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Mollie “Madame” Hancock was a Rockingham County native and legend. She owned one of the first sewing machines in the county and she used it to propel herself into a first-class business woman and a high fashion designer for clients in Rockingham County and across the United States. What began as a conversation about family history between… (read more)